Welcome to Our New Website
The Tax Foundation proudly presents our new and improved website. Here’s a brief tour of what’s new:
Easier to Find Studies All studies are organized by author, date or topic in our new Publications section. We’ve made all our publications available free online in convenient PDF format—including our popular tax reference book Facts & Figures and our pocket-sized How Does Your State Compare booklet.
New Tax Policy Weblog Visit our new tax weblog daily for the latest thoughts of our economists on tax policy, spending, and public finance economics. Fresh updates each day on state, local and national tax policy issues.
More State Tax InfoBe sure to visit our new State Tax Section, with an attractive new layout and more info than ever on the tax systems in the 50 states.
More Tax Data Check out our new Tax Data section, designed to provide journalists and policymakers easy access to a range of useful data on tax rates, collections and overall tax burdens. All data are posted using cutting-edge FlashPaper technology, and are also available in convenient PDF and Excel formats.
RSS Broadcast Feeds Get automatic updates whenever new op-eds, studies, or press releases are added to our website by subscribing to our four RSS feeds. It’s easy: just sign up for one of the many free news aggregator services online (including www.bloglines.com, www.feedster.com, or www.pubsub.com), and then visit our site to subscribe to our weblog, publications, press releases and commentary feeds. Never miss another Tax Foundation update!
Sign Up for Email Updates Want to receive Tax Foundation updates but don’t use a news aggregator? No problem—click here to subscribe to our free email updates. You’ll receive free regular emails about our latest research from Tax Foundation President Scott A. Hodge.
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